Have your New Year’s Resolutions slipped by the way side or are you firmly on track to reaching your goals? Making change can be tough – otherwise we would all easily be able to lose weight, exercise more, spend more time with people and animals we love, be kinder to ourselves etc etc. Don’t give up if it’s important to you – it takes 27 days of consistent change to create a new habit. Think about what behaviour you want to change and then explore what options are open to you to change that behaviour. For example, if you want to eat more healthily, what are your entrenched behaviours? If it’s reaching for the chocolate/crisps/biscuits when tired or stressed, think about how you can change that behaviour. You could remove all the unhealthy foods from the cupboards but that doesn’t change the actual behaviour. Think about what changes you could make to the behaviour. For example: stop yourself mid journey to the kitchen and detour to another room and dance to a favourite song for 3 mins? Stop yourself and do something productive with your hands? The key is to change the old, deeply held behaviour. Whatever your goal is, think about the behaviour you want to change and then explore alternative actions you can take that support your new goal. Good luck!
If your goal is linked to connecting with animals more deeply, there is plenty here already to support you (see link and 3 minute video below). And, if your goal is to work on yourself so you can be the best you can be, then keep an eye out for some exciting new “New You!” Courses coming your way.
New Dates now in for Lincoln, Nottinghamshire
Healing Workshop – Learn Energy Healing for People and Animals
23 & 24 April 2016
And read about how student Gill saved a dog’s life after attending a workshop last year! Would you like to make that kind of difference to the lives of animals? You Can! I would LOVE to see you and work with you at any of my workshops this year! Book now so we can hang out together for 2 glorious days and I can teach you all my tricks of the trade, so you too can make a difference in the lives of animals. Click here to read her story